Launch Radio Networks is reporting that QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE shot a video for their new single, "Little Sister", in Los Angeles over the weekend, with singer and guitarist Josh Homme getting behind the camera for the first time. Homme co-directed the clip with Nathan Cox, who's previously helmed videos for LINKIN PARK and MARILYN MANSON. About his own directorial debut, Homme told MTV.com, "I'm pretending to think about knowing how to pretend to direct the video. It's kind of a mishmash of images and ideas. Videos are interesting because they kind of suck. Like, you're wearing a duck suit on a mountaintop, and you're skiing. And somehow you've got to have the whole thing tie up at the end of the song."QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE has also shot a second video, for the song "Someone's In The Wolf". Both that tune and "Little Sister" are from the band's upcoming album, "Lullabies to Paralyze", which is due out on March 22. The band kick off a North American tour one week earlier, on March 15 in Austin, Texas.
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